The White Review is now a registered charity (Charity Number: 1148690). It is devoted to promoting the arts and literature for the benefit of the public by the publication of an arts and literary journal and the organisation of artistic and literary events specialising in artistically or educationally meritorious works of new or emerging artists and writers.
It relies on the support of those who share our belief in the need for a pluralistic publishing environment. In light of the recent public funding cuts in the arts world, we are continually seeking the help of generous philanthropists to join us in achieving our aims.
Our various donation levels are named after prominent contributors to La Revue Blanche. Each level entitles the donor to a number of benefits, as detailed below:
£20 donation (Fénéon level): a copy of the current issue, and a mention in print and online as a friend of the magazine for a year.
£50 donation (Verlaine level): a year-long subscription, a mention as a friend of the magazine in print and online for a year.
£100 donation (Apollinaire level): issues 5-8 and a subscription beginning with the ninth issue, and a mention as a friend of the magazine in print and online.
£250 donation (Debussy level): issues 4-8 and a two-year subscription beginning with the ninth issue, as well as a mention as a friend of the magazine in print and online.
£500 (Bonnard level): issues 1-8 and a three-year subscription beginning with the ninth issue, as well as a mention as a friend of the magazine in print and online.
£1,000 (Proust level): issues 1-8 and a five-year subscription beginning with the ninth issue, as well as a mention as a friend of the magazine in print and online.
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